Possible Brake Issue Sends Lambo Huracan Towards Concrete Barriers

Because the are a couple of conflicting arguments regarding this incident, we’re curious to know what you think it was that sent this black Lamborghini Huracan off the track.

The title of the video is pretty self-explanatory. The Lambo is said to have had some type of brake failure, followed by it almost crashing into those concrete barriers. However, according to the uploader, the driver of the Huracan also got on the brakes way to late in that particular corner, which is a lot more evident than the fact that he “had a message in the dash about a brake failure.”

We’re not saying he didn’t, but that Lambo was clearly going too fast as it approached a nearly 90-degree turn. Those who dropped their thoughts into the video’s comments section don’t really seem to be in favor of the brake failure scenario, arguing that if there was an issue with the 610 PS (602 HP) supercar’s brakes, the owner probably wouldn’t have messed around with it immediately after barely avoiding a crash.

And yes, the Huracan did apparently resume its play-date with that Challenger as soon as it got back out on the track.

So what do you think happened?

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